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The Meadow-Saffrons

The Meadow-Saffrons

By Guillaume Apollinaire

The meadow is poisonous but pretty in autumn
The cows grazing there
Are slowly poisoned
The meadow-saffron like bruised flesh and lilacs in color… 93 more words


La chambre est veuve

Here is a nice poem by Guillaume Apollinaire, writing in the early 1900s, about the type of cheap hotel you can get if you arrive in a strange city, without much money and with no contacts. 308 more words


By Guy Debord’s well-worn definition,[1] psychogeography combines subjective and objective knowledge and studies, theory and speculation as well as (in the practice of his own Situationist International) public activism and urban interventionism, function and play. 4,464 more words

Come to the edge

Guillaume Apollinaire had a truly beautiful way. Words, drawings. And this recording.
Better still, finding this slice that I had to capture on audio, pointed me again to where I originally discovered it…. 95 more words